This interactive workshop will include a discussion on emotional intelligence and its four components: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and social skills. This workshop will teach how mindfulness can aid in developing emotional intelligence. Incorporating mindfulness exercises, an EQ self-assessment, movie clips and life examples, participants will gain a better understanding of emotions and learn simple strategies to improve their EQ.
Attendees will Learn
-The definition of emotional intelligence and why it is important
-Their current level of emotional intelligence
-Recognize the five core emotions that influence your level of emotional intelligence
-Strategies to cope with prominent emotions that affect our ability to self-manage
-3 strategies to improve emotional intelligence based on results of EQ self-assessments and needs of the group
About this Speaker
Victoria is a wellness Psychotherapist bringing 15 years of psychotherapy practice to her work. She is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Social Work, completed NYU’s Institute for Psychoanalytic Education, Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program, has certifications in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Integrative Nutritional Health Coaching and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. She is best known for highlighting the adaptability of people; helping them improve their self-awareness by integrating psychotherapy, science and mindfulness meditation.
"Great feedback already from the group. Victoria did a great job."
"Victoria did a great job, and I think our staff got a lot out of her session. It was a great way to kick off the retreat and give people the tools to communicate openly for the remainder of the two days (and going forward)."
For a more in depth interview with Victoria, see her article in Well Read:
Education and Experience
- 15 years as a Psychotherapist
- Graduate of Columbia University's School of Social Work
- Certifications in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Integrative Nutritional Health Coaching, and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction